The Journal of Political & Military Sociology publishes articles of a theoretical, methodological, and empirical nature, advancing the study of political and military sociology through interdisciplinary and comparative approaches. The journal encourages authors to address themselves to the vital issues of our time in the areas of political and military social policy through the Western and non-Western worlds.
Vol. 48 No. 2 (2021)
Examining the Positive and Negative Aspects of US Military/Contractor Bonds in the Operational Environment
The US Department of Defense (DoD) relies on contractors to execute its mission. Although the DoD aims to maintain functional group bonds among...
Every country possessing an armed force has a military covenant: a set of shared, often implicit, expectations between the military and society....
This article examines English and Farsi political messages on Twitter from two Iranian leaders, Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and...
This article examines a forward-deployed US Army unit in Eastern Europe. Drawing from military sociology, the theoretical framework used to...
The claim has been made that the social impact of army service has eroded in recent decades as the influence of service as an intergenerational...
Lessons Unlearned: The U.S. Army’s Role in Creating the Forever Wars in Afghanistan and Iraq by Pat Proctor